Honda Tadakatsu (本多 忠勝, March 17, 1548 – December 3, 1610), also called Honda Heihachirō (本多 平八郎) was a Japanese samurai, general and daimyo of the late Sengoku through early Edo periods, who served Tokugawa Ieyasu. Honda Tadakatsu was one of the Tokugawa Four Heavenly Kings along with Ii Naomasa, Sakakibara Yasumasa and Sakai Tadatsugu. Tadakatsu seems to have been a colorful figure, around whom a few legends have sprung up - it is often said that of all the battles in which he served, he never once received a wound. His helmet, famously adorned with deer antlers, ensured that he was always a recognizable figure on the field of battle. His horse was known as Mikuniguro.
These Honda Tadakatsu samurai armor suits are all handmade, these life sized, fully functional, and completely authentic preproduction Japanese Samurai Armor and helmets are made with authentic methods and materials. Each Japanese samurai suit comes with everything you see in the photo, which includes the black lacquered display storage box and display stand holding the armor. Each armor comes pre-fitted for a person who stands between 170 and 180 cm tall with an average body type. The armor can be easily adjusted for a better fit by the owner. We also offer customized Armor, if needed, please provide the height, arm length, bust, waist, and length from the belly button to the chest.
- Full sized and fully functional armor, display size: 75*30*30 inches. standard size armor fits between 5.5 and 6.0 feet tall with average body type.
- Product weight: 44 lbs (armor and helmet only ), shipping weight: 55 lbs (includes the armor set and the black lacquered display storage box and display stand holding the armor.)
- Variation of paint, high quality cotton odoshi colors and traditional features.
- 100% handmade by experienced armor smith. the handmade processing time for the order is about 4 to 6 weeks.
- Custom sizing available.
Item Dimensions & Packaging
|Dimensions||75 * 30 * 30 Inches|
|Packing Size||25 x 30 x 22 Inches|
|Shipping Weight||55.0 Pounds|